Eagles sweep Border Kings

The Innisfail Eagles beat the Lloydminster Border Kings twice during the weekend in Innisfail to move into sole possession of fifth place in the Chinook Hockey League.

The Innisfail Eagles beat the Lloydminster Border Kings twice during the weekend in Innisfail to move into sole possession of fifth place in the Chinook Hockey League.

The Eagles, who won 3-2 Sunday and 4-1 Saturday, moved four points up on the Border Kings.

Drew Coles scored twice for the Eagles Sunday with Ryan Kallis connecting once. Lenny Thunderchild replied for Lloydminster, who trailed 2-0 after 40 minutes. The game was scoreless after the opening period.

Evan Miller turned aside 46 shots in goal for the Eagles, who had 30 shots on Catlin Schneider.

On Saturday, Clark Lowry had two goals and Joey Keys and Coles one each for Innisfail, who led 1-0 and 3-0 by periods.

Jamie Sparks replied for the Kings.

Wade Waters made 32 saves for Innisfail while Schneider stopped 38 for Lloydminster.

In other action Saturday the Bentley Generals remained unbeaten in 16 starts with a 6-4 win over the Stony Plain Eagles.

The Generals trailed 2-1 and 3-2 by periods and were behind 4-3 after 4:08 of the third period. But Curtis Austring evened the score at 4:42 for the Generals with Paul Cabana connecting at 9:23 and Tyler Haarstad notching his third of the game at 14:52.

Don Morrison had the other Bentley goal while Gabe Amyotte had two goals and Brant Middleton and Blair Hennes one each for the Eagles.

Tim Haun started in goal for Bentley and played 51 minutes, allowing four goals on 27 shots. Scott Galenza played the final nine minutes and made two saves.

The Generals had 49 shots on Cody Rudkowsky.

The Sylvan Lake Admirals lost a pair of weekend games. They dropped a 5-2 decision to the Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs on the road Saturday after losing 6-3 at home to Stony Plain Friday.

Joel Garrett and Colby Albert scored for the Admirals against the Chiefs, who got three goals from Jamie Marshall and one each from Blair Manning and Aaron Agnew.

Steve Wagner made 35 saves in goal for the Admirals, who had 30 shots on the Chiefs David Tetrault.

On Friday, Kurtis Ross, Brett Yeo and Tyler McGeough scored for Sylvan Lake while Middleton and Jeff Yopyk had two goals each and Kyle Rossiter and Amyotte one apiece for the Eagles.

Jordan Ramstead finished with 32 saves for Sylvan, who had 33 shots on Rudkowsky.

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